[ANNOUNCE] xorg-server 220.127.116.114
peter.hutterer at who-t.net
Thu Jul 1 21:54:37 PDT 2010
On Thu, Jul 01, 2010 at 09:40:50AM -0400, Keith Packard wrote:
> Not a huge number of changes this week; a couple of bug fixes, some
> server log cleanups and some Xephyr changes.
> Summary below, but first I've gone over the bugs in the 1.9 tracking
> I'd like to encourage anyone with an interest to work on these and I
> think that from now until the release we shouldn't be merging any code
> which isn't tied to a specific bug.
> o 23938: keys occasionally get stuck with xorg-server 18.104.22.1681
> There have been a few keyboard fixes in the core server of late; any
> idea if this bug is fixed now?
race condition, afaict still there though rather random to trigger.
> o 23985: Excessive core motion events for subpixel motions
> This one doesn't appear to have been fixed, on the other hand, it
> doesn't look really bad -- clients just get too many events.
feature request, not a blocker. problem since 1.7 anyway.
> o 24094: CTRL-ALT-F1 doesn't switch to VT1 (provides garbage input to terminal instead)
> I think this one could use re-testing.
unlikely to be fixed, but I haven't tested since. some memory corruption,
requires a specific keymap to trigger and time.
> o 24856: xorg-server-1.7.1 mouse cursor not moving from MouseKeys
> This seems to happen only when not using SilkenMouse and/or SIGIO
> input. I have a vague memory of someone looking at this in the last
> couple of months?
Pull request on list, consider this fixed.
> o 25801: Switching VT re-enables XBell(), ignoring 'xset b off'
> Trivial to test, and I can't imagine it will be all that difficult to fix.
I have yet to find a machine that actually rings a bell so testing is tricky
> o 27804: Enter/Leave event woes with multiple master devices.
> This one was posted by Peter, and surely looks to be solveable only by Peter.
++ out of cheese error, redo from start ++
None of the commented ones above is a new bug, we've put out 1.7 and 1.8
with them so IMO they are nice-to-fix but not a blocker.
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